This summer, the Costa del Sol town of Fuengirola has in its summer schedule two new summer offers, in one case, more relaxing and the other, more lively, but in both cases, very refreshing, since both proposals take place on the sands of the beaches, a few meters from the seashore.
In fact, Fuengirola is the first municipality in Malaga to offer a professional massage service on its beaches. Massages are given by professional masseurs and physiotherapists with the appropriate qualifications, thus providing maximum legal security, health and hygiene. So now you can enjoy your high quality massage on the beach, the service being comparable to a good high class hotel. However, prices are more “popular” and accessible, so it can be a good opportunity to approach one of the facilities to enjoy a relaxing or deep tissue massage. Surely, there are few locations that exceed this one.
Massage service is available on the beaches of Los Boliches and on the beach in Fuengirola. They offer therapeutic massage or massages for circulation, relaxation and anti-stress, deep tissue and sports massage. Prices range from € 25 for a massage of 25 minutes to 40 € for a treatment of 50 minutes, the hours are from 11 am to 7 pm.
The other offer summer launched in Fuengirola is the free summer cinema on the beach in Los Boliches. There have been selected four films for families to enjoy: Toy Story 3, Kung Fu Panda 2, X-Men: First Generation and UP. All films are subtitled in English. The sessions will take place on Tuesdays at 10.30 pm, from July 17 to August 7, on the beach of Los Boliches next to the Roman monument.
July 17 – Toy Story 3
July 24 – Kung Fu Panda 2
July 31 – X-Men First Generation (recommended for over 7 years)
August 7 – Up
To make the film feel more complete, there will also be sold popcorn, sandwiches, jellies and soft drinks.
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